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Nathaniel Smith, circa 1880-1900. Open UCLA Collections

Join the Kelley House Museum and two special guest speakers for an in-depth discussion of the life of Nathaniel Smith, the first African American to settle on the Mendocino Coast in the 1850s. Guest Curator Alexander Wood extensively researched Smith’s life for the current exhibit, and Susan Anderson, History Curator at the California African American Museum will offer insight into the history of California’s treatment of people of color. Advance tickets recommended. No one turned away for lack of funds, contact Kelley House Museum in advance as space is limited. Made possible by a grant from the California Humanities.

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General Admission
$ 10.00
34 available
Members
$ 7.00
34 available
18 and under
$ 0.00
34 available

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